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Old 02-08-2013, 02:21 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by mattallmill View Post
I have the AMD 7660G, and I am using the proprietary drivers. As an aside,is the open-source Radeon driver good enough for the games that I would play, such as Quake I (using the darkplaces engine and rygel's texturepack), and UT2004,in your opinion?

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Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that I am running the 3.7.1 kernel. Sorry about that
Sorry, can't help you here. I'm not a gamer, still run 32-bit, use only NVidia video cards (because their proprietary driver support is better than ATI's for MythTV), and am still back on kernel 3.2.29.

But I do know that XBMC is fairly fussy about video driver support. Which is the issue your crashlog appears to be suggesting. I'd recommend posting your crashlog and system specs up at the XBMC forum and see whether a more precise diagnosis can be got for it over there.


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